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Thread: Plympton ROC Restoration

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    Quote Originally Posted by S-10 hunter View Post
    i need help, urgently. it was broke into again last night and i now need to think of a way to lock it so someone cant use a hacksaw or bolt cutters on it.
    Cable from the nearest pylon to the hatch cover?




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    nice, already had a similar idea, but it involved a car battery instead
    It wouldn't be unsafe if you didn't put a digger through the roof!!!
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    Gents I don't think krela is joking I gues it's PMway or the highway

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    Good one taking it on, from all posts ive seen the 68 closures are always worse and as said getting the equipment can be a pain. Good luck with it though!

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